The Government could extend its one-off tax on bankers’ bonuses beyond a year if banks try to avoid it, a Treasury official has reportedly warned.
Sixty-six per cent of IFAs have taken steps towards gaining QCF level four qualifications during 2009, according to a survey by NMG.
RBS has formally entered the asset protection scheme which means the Government’s economic interest in RBS will rise to 84 per cent, though its shareholding will remain at 70 per cent.
The Government is looking to the top international investment banks to contribute to a state-backed fund to lend to small businesses.
Aviva has appointed Michael Hawker as an independent non-executive director.
Three of our UK fund managers – Adrian Frost, Ed Legget and Mark Niznik – discuss the EU referendum and how it is affecting their portfolios. Click here for article
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